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Kaleidoscope Painting - Kaleideggscope by Linda Mungerson

Kaleideggscope is a painting by Linda Mungerson which was uploaded on February 22nd, 2008.

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Wonderful Colors Linda!~

Gorgeous work, Linda! I like your take on it...inside looking out. :)

Linda, just imagine what a beautiful egg this would be.... I can!!!! Definitely an eye popping piece..no pun intended!!!! I think you should do more, I love the color palette. Yum!

Great idea! I love this concept and thanks to one of the previous comments for suggesting one squint and look at it to see the "eskimo in ceremonial robes" I agree with others if this was your first abstract, I hope you keep painting more.

Dear linda i love this peace your a great artist jeff Foti

Hi! Linda! Fantastic Abstract!...you are good with abstracts! The colors remind of the Southwest, and the eye has a hypnotic effect! This would be a beautiful piece of jewelry with all the colored gems in the cross! Excellent!......thank you!......Natalie

Love the concept and color, as always. Very interesting piece. Thanks so much for your supportive comments. You are a big part of why FAA is the wonderful site that it is. We all appreciate you so much.

This picture is incredible. The eye has so much depth...Fantastic!

WoW, the eye, the way it is pulled in, and the colors and shapes are puffed out, it just holds your attention and doesent let go - It has depth and movement, it is hypnotic ....colors and shapes on top of colors and shapes....WOW!! could it be a holy cross eminating the power of God? an escamo in cerimonial dress screaming at the top of his lungs?( sqint your eyes and look at it) or a black hole sucking in all matter in the universe ? OH its you looking through a Kaleideggscope!! Fantastic!!

Thanks so much Linda....The whole ordeal changed many peoples'lives . Things are getting better and my family is slowly getting back to normal...thanks for your kindness.I guess the most profound thing I learned thru it all is the wonderful college kids who constantly come down here to help us.I mean thousands upon thousands reaching out to help..i have never seen such wonderful love ..it keeps us going.thanks again,Ted

Thank you Linda for your comment. This piece is wonderful, well done!

Thanks Linda. Thought this one should come out again....

Oh Linda.. you're too much! For a first attempt, you did a great job.. really bitchin'!!

I remembered having seen a psychedelic painting of an eye on the wall of my grand-dad's house. That was in the 70's, and that house was built in the earlier by whom some say were hippy American Soldiers of the Vietnam war who went AWOL. Interesting stuff.

Thankyou for post reply on me selling . Your a woman with a lot of character and it shows in your work. This is an intriguing peice.

What a surprise, Linda. Jumping right into an abstract by a realist artist is not only unusual, but extremely difficult. You, however, have jumped in with both feet and crated a wonderful painting...hard to believe you haven't done abstracts before. This is a great piece, Linda. Don

what, what????? linda is that you? holy bejesus! i'm gone awhile and look at what your doin. keep doing it. i'll be back in another week, thanks for sending miss millie to come and get me!

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